African View of Early Europeans

  Since the 15th century when the Europeans established permanent contact with Africa, so much has been written about the various divergent accounts of earliest European contact with different parts of Africa. On the contrary, little has been written and lend credence to concerning how Africans perceived the Europeans on their arrival or first European … Continue reading African View of Early Europeans


Book of the Month: King Leopold’s Ghost

King Leopold's Ghost By Adam Hochschild “A village which refused to provide rubber would be completely swept clean. As a young man, I saw [Fiévez's] soldier Molili, then guarding the village of Boyeka, take a big net, put ten arrested natives in it, attach big stones to the net, and make it tumble into the … Continue reading Book of the Month: King Leopold’s Ghost

Rwanda Genocide

Twenty Years Ago, The US was Behind the Genocide: Rwanda, Installing a US Proxy State in Central Africa By Prof Michel Chossudovsky Global Research, April 06, 2014 Global Research Author’s note The world  is currently commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide. The official story is that the genocide directed against the Tutsi population … Continue reading Rwanda Genocide

Can African People Save Themselves ?

My father was a slave and my people died to build this country, and I'm going to stay right here and have a part of it, just like you. And no facist-minded people like you will  drive me away from it. Is that clear ?   Paul Robeson 19 Can African People Save Themselves ? … Continue reading Can African People Save Themselves ?

African Unity: the problem and its dimensions

African Unity: the problem and its dimensions One of the core objectives of Pan-Africanism, since 1958, has been African unity. The three key questions about unity are: unity for what? Unity of whom? And what type of unity? Let’s consider them, one by one. Unity for what? All too often one gets the impression that … Continue reading African Unity: the problem and its dimensions

Wetin united inside United Nations?

"How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think." -- Adolph Hitler   “Let gets now into another underground spiritual game” Fela Let get now into another underground yap intellectual game. In the song “Beast of no nation” by the Afrobeat genius, Legendary Fela anikulapoKuti aka Abami Eda released in 1986, shortly after … Continue reading Wetin united inside United Nations?